The most fulfilling relationships are the ones where each person can be their true selves. Many times though, selfish goals are put above selfless ones. Vincent Pugliese admits he used to put his own goals above all else, but when he never reached the true happiness he was seeking, he changed his mindset. He’s here today to share why character is important for building a true connection and why character and charisma are not interchangeable.
During our headline segment, we dive into financial planning as a career. A recent piece shows that financial advisors are staying in the role well past the typical retirement age. We share why that is and give you all the details on what it takes to become a financial advisor. And, of course, Doug will share his trivia.
- The most seasoned advisers show no signs of slowing down — or retiring (Investment News)
Big thanks to Vincent Pugliese for joining us today. Grab a copy of his book The Wealth Of Connection: A New Approach to Making Business Personal.
- What company invented tubeless tires?
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Written by: Brooke Miller
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